Call of Duty WW2 has a new Supply Drop system for multiplayer to go along with the new Headquarters feature. So how do you get Supply Drops in Call of Duty WW2? There are a number of ways to earn them by doing different activities in the game. There are four types of Supply Drops in Call of Duty WW2. In multiplayer there are Normal And Rare Supply Drops. For Zombies mode there are Normal and Rare Supply Drops as well.
For the competitive multiplayer mode, Supply Drops will contain pieces that you can use to complete Epic Sets for Weapons and Uniforms. They’ll also contain things like Armory Credits, and Double XP.
There are a few ways to earn these Supply Drops for multiplayer. The first is through the Quartermaster. Different contracts in the Quartermaster have different rewards. These timed contracts task you with performing different actions in the game, whether that’s killing a certain number of enemies in a specific amount of time, getting headshots, or other activities. As you scroll through these contracts, take note of the bottom right corner which says “Rewards” this will show you the reward for completion. Not all offer Supply Drops, but many Quartermaster Contracts do.
Daily Orders through Major Howard
The Daily Orders done through Major Howard offer Supply Drops for some of the items. If you complete six Daily Orders in a 24 hour period, you’ll earn a Rare Supply Drop for your efforts. There are also Weekly Orders that are a little more challenging, but offer a Rare Supply Drop if completed. Major Howard also offers a “Special Order” that can earn you a Rare Supply drop as well.
Just playing in matches might give you a Supply Drop at random. During the after action screen, some players will earn Supply Drops seemingly at random. It’s unclear if this is random or if it’s done through some sort of in-game feat. We did not see a rhyme or reason as to why a person was chosen for a Supply Drop.